Incubator StartUp Health Adds 16 Companies

New York City-based health IT incubator StartUp Health has selected 16 companies to join its StartUp Health Academy, a three-year program designed to grow promising early-stage companies.

The 16 companies include:

  1. Althea Health (Patient-powered research for rare and neglected diseases)
  2. CarePredict (A wearable sensor for senior care)
  3. Health123 (Sales force solution for wellness management)
  4. Hindsait (Cognitive analytics for patient risk assessment)
  5. Inbox Health (Patient billing, payments and analytics solution)
  6. LifeDojo (Corporate wellness program)
  7. Mobile Health One (Communication platform for care providers and patients)
  8. PHmHealth (At-home care compliance)
  9. Pocket Anatomy (Visual patient education software)
  10. Punctil (Punctuality solutions for healthcare)
  11. RxREVU (Prescription optimization)
  12. Shift Health (Patient engagement solution)
  13. SmartRx (Healthcare customer relationship management platform)
  14. Tute Genomics (Cloud-based genome analysis)
  15. Vheda Health (Personalized mobile disease management and analytics)
  16. Wellthie (Product marketing platform for health plans)

StartUp Health has a track record of success — of the 63 companies that have joined StartUp Health, three have been acquired and the program's portfolio has raised a total of $130 million from outside investors.

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